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BOBBY BANSON ESQ, FCIArb.

LEAD CONSULTANT, ROBERT SMITH & ADELAIDE LAW
UNIT B804, OCTAGON BUILDING
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, ACCRA

Bobby Banson has been described as a very dynamic and result oriented legal practitioner. Having
learnt his trade from well-established Practitioners from Bentsi Enchil,Lesta & Ankomah (Accra),
Dadson & Associates (Kumasi) and Minkah-Premo & Co (Accra), he has gained experiences in
wide areas of legal practice including Corporate, Investment, Real Estate and Dispute Resolution.

A product of Adisadel College, Mr. Banson furthered his education at the Kwame Nkrumah
University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana for his Degree in Law (LLB)
before proceeding to the Ghana School of Law in Accra-Ghana for his Professional Qualification
in Law (BL) where he graduated as the best student in Law of Taxation. He has an LLM in
International Business Law from the University of Brussels (ULB) and a Certificate in Oil & Gas
Contracting. He also has a Diploma in Financial Management.

He has attended courses at the Harvard University, as well as the Africa International Legal
Awareness (AILA) Conferences. As a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIARB),
Mr. Banson has spoken at various conferences organized by CIArb across the globe and AILA and
participated extensively in SOAS conferences on Arbitration in Africa.

He is the Founding Partner of Robert Smith & Adelaide Law, which is a boutique law firm located
in Central Business District of Accra, Ghana. He heads the firm’s practice areas focusing on
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Investment Advice and Corporate Governance. He has acted as
Counsel in both Domestic and International Arbitration matters.

He has provided legal services to several multinational Companies doing business across the West
African sub region; particularly in the area of due diligence of prospective investment
opportunities.

He teaches Civil Procedure at the Ghana School of Law (Main Campus- Makola) and has several
legal articles published in his name.